Hammer is dropping off a suspect and wants to catch an interview with hardline Judge Liam Jackson. He doesn’t disappoint, chasing down a litterbug. Hammer is also impressed with the judge’s hard line. Later, Doreau takes Hammer for a walk on the part during lunch and spot Jackson sitting on a bench. Hammer expresses his admiration for the judge in person and asks for an autograph on an ice cream cone napkin...Read the full recap
Mayjoy: Inspector, you can’t arrest someone before they commit a crime.
Hammer: Hey, this is Crime Prevention Week, remember?
Trunk: Hammer, I haven’t seen you this excited about TV since they colorized World War II footage.
Brianne O'Brian: You’ve got a reputation as a hardliner. You’ve even been referred to as “The Hanging Judge.” When did you get that name?
Judge Jackson: At my baptism.
Brianne O'Brian:: We know how you feel about the death penalty. Where do you stand on the electric chair?
Judge Jackson: Right next to the switch.
Doreau: It must be a great responsibility being a judge.
Judge Jackson: It’s all in the execution.
Hammer: Long live the death penalty.
Trunk: I just got off the phone with the Commissioner. He’s been yelling at me every hour on the hour.
Hammer: Now you know how it feels like.
Lana: Don’t whine. If I wanted a man who whined, I’d date Dick Cavett.
Hammer: Didn’t your mother ever teach you pool hall etiquette?
Lana: I never had a mother.